Emily Atack is reportedly in talks to get her own TV series following I'm A Celebrity.
The Inbetweeners star is about to head out on a comedy tour which could be filmed as part of a TV show.
According to the Daily Mirror, Emily has been spotted filming a pilot that could lead to a full series.
It's said to see Emily working on her Talk Thirty To Me tour as she turns 30.
"Emily is in talks with some really exciting producers across stage and screen," a source shared. “Also she announced there will be a book on the horizon towards the end of the year. At the moment nothing has been confirmed but 2019 is looking bright.”
Meanwhile, it was recently claimed that Emily would be replacing Fearne Cotton on Celebrity Juice.
Keith Lemon recently informed the Daily Star that he’s found Fearne’s replacement - although they’re yet to make a commitment.
“I know who’s doing it," he revealed. "When I’ve seen they’ve signed the contract then I’ll confirm it.
"We’ve had a chat about a few ideas and it had to be someone that myself and Holly are all happy with. Juice is a family."
It was previously claimed that following I'm A Celebrity, Emily had been 'inundated' with work offers.
Reports claimed even before she had boarded the plane back to the UK, the time in the Australian jungle had done wonders for her career.
"When she lands back in the UK she’s got some huge meetings scheduled in and has some really lucrative opportunities to think about," a source told The Sun in December.
I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here will return for a new series at the end of 2019.
Ant and Dec have already been confirmed to be hosting this year's show, after Holly Willoughby stood in for Ant last year.